Saturday, December 17, 2011

BASIC CONCEPTS OF THE HELLENIC NATIONAL RELIGION

BASIC CONCEPTS OF THE HELLENIC NATIONAL RELIGION

THE ONE (ΤΟ ΟΝΤΩΣ ΟΝ)

The most important concept, for us Hellenes, is “The One”, meaning the true and single Being.
“The One” is unborn and eternal (“it has no beginning or end”), it is a given and indestructible entity that merely encloses an endless change of forms and conditions.
“The One” is unique, homogeneous, stationary, infinite and perfect. The latter two characteristics do not conflict with the fact that it is quantitatively defined and evolving within itself. “The One” is axiomatically the current image of infinity and perfection, as nothing exists outside of it, so as to compare it and determine it as “finite” and “incomplete”.
Because nothing exists outside “The One”, it is also, axiomatically, identified with the Divinity. This is where, we Hellenes, differ from the so-called “Abrahamic” religions (namely, Judaism, Christianity and Islam), which place their supposed God before and outside the true and single Being, which they try to degrade into a profane “construction” and a “creation”.
Everything that exists or is located within “The One” shares its own constant and unchangeable essence.

THE WORLD (Ο ΚΟΣΜΟΣ)

All parts of the single Being are governed by orderliness and comprise the current “Kosmos” (the very few remaining things comprise “Tartarus”, etymologically linked to “tarachi”, agitation, who was the mythological “brother” of “Kosmos”, the World, both sons of “Chaos”, i.e. the Essence with its properties still undefined).
We Hellenes define the “Kosmos” as a part of the infinite Being that has acquired harmony and beauty (“infinitely arranged and adorned”). “Kosmos” in ancient Greek means a gem, a piece of jewellery. Exactly like “The One”, the “Kosmos” is indestructible and unborn, it has designed its own internal order and is a logically organised whole. Like “The One”, the “Kosmos” is not a “person” but the first diaeresis of the single Being.
For us Hellenes, the “Kosmos” is alive and material in its entirety (living matter) and consists of two living levels that only differ in terms of the qualitative characteristics of their common Essence. One level is the hidden world of imperishability (i.e. immortal things that have not been cut off from the creative “Cause” and are characterised by immortality, vastness and knowledge) and the other is the revealed world of perishability (with beings who have been cut off from the creative “Cause” and are characterised by mortality, appearance and finite or no knowledge).

THE GODS (ΟΙ ΘΕΟΙ)

The gods have emerged from the single Being by simple accretions of the latter into separate entities, which is why they maintain all its properties, namely immortality, vastness and knowledge. The gods establish and maintain consistency and orderliness in the “Kosmos”.
The true, natural Gods are thus perfect and ordering beings, who withhold immortality and knowledge and permeate freely across the world, acting upon it. The Gods are subject to the determinism of the world and faithfully serve its laws, while participating in “aeigenesia”, i.e. perpetual generation and degeneration of forms.
As to their nature, the true, natural gods are perfect, virtuous, immortal, immutable, infinite, just, omniscient, eternal, impersonal, genderless, consistent, ethereal in their matter and able to permeate the other matter.
It is obvious that these true, natural Gods, are not “withdrawn”, are not “combined in one person”, are not “replaced”, do not “stop existing” and are not “defeated”, according to the appetites or desires of the wicked mortals or of organised impiety systems.

MORTAL BEINGS (ΤΑ ΘΝΗΤΑ ΟΝΤΑ)

Every living creature, everything that exists in the revealed world of perishability, has been physically born. Their bodies have a starting point and an ending in time; therefore, they are perishable and mortal.
The properties of perishability and mortality are independent of the speed at which they occur. People, animals, plants and stones are all perishable in terms of their bodies and therefore, they are mortal.
Death, which we will analyse below, dissolves and distributes their physical matter to compose new forms and at the same time returns to the Immortal their material mental quantity.

HUMANS (Ο ΑΝΘΡΩΠΟΣ)

Humans are a biological species that is weakly, but more directly, linked to the Divinity, as Nature has activated in their brains the “Logos”, reason, thus making them the only mortal beings capable of rational and safe knowledge (according to Speusippus).
As rational beings, humans differ from other “major” biological species that form societies based on natural laws, because they create social collectives (from families to nations), divine law and institutions. In addition, as rational beings, humans show constant curiosity to explore and understand their own species and their environment, while constructing and inventing, developing increasingly sophisticated tools and skills. Humans produce law, culture and technology.
The greatest conquest of the Hellenic religion and a timeless gift to humanity is “Humanism”, i.e. respect to the human condition. For us Hellenes, humans are a value in themselves and all humans are considered related thanks to their common rational nature. However, only those that activate morally their rational nature through Virtue are linked to the Divinity.

LIFE (Η ΖΩΗ)

Every being in the hidden world of imperishability, starting from “The One” itself to its many accretions (gods, etc.) is immortal, therefore eternally alive. On the other hand, every being in the revealed world of perishability, from the largest to the smallest ones, from those visible to those invisible to the human eye, is involved through its personal life to the specific phenomenon of life. Life, at the level of the revealed world is therefore defined as all the biophysiological events within the world.
Life at the level of the revealed world is exclusively based on laws set by Nature, innumerable and rigid, inviolable laws, which at the same time have been set with fine precision. The uninterrupted power of Nature is revealed through the birth, growth, support and re-dissolution (death) of the individual mortal beings, according to rigid laws.

THE PURPOSE OF HUMAN LIFE (Ο ΣΚΟΠΟΣ ΤΗΣ ΑΝΘΡΩΠΙΝΗΣ ΖΩΗΣ)

The purpose (“telos”) of the life of individual beings is the maintenance and perfection of the single Being. The term “telos” means the completion, purpose, perfection, performance, and outcome.
Exceptionally, the purpose of the life of the rational being (humans) is perfecting itself (“teleiosis”) using the weak but immediate proximity to the Divinity through “Logos”, the Reason.
For us Hellenes, the purpose of the rational being is to look to the truth and orderliness of the “Kosmos”, understand them and contribute to them through virtuous praxis (actions), to the extent allowed by its mortal, limited nature.

The outcome of this work is the emulation of Gods, moral splendour and perfection of our nature by having a perfect life.
Socrates said that in all points, human life should emulate the beauty and perfection of masterpieces.

Virtue​ (Η ΑΡΕΤΗ)

The tool for human perfection and likeness to the Gods is Virtue, namely the conscious and practical perfection and superiority. This conscious and practical perfection and superiority is achieved when the properties of the Gods, previously understood by humans, are transferred as values and ethical standards within human life for continuous application.
The philosopher of the 15th century Georgios Gemistos Plethon, to whom the Hellenic National religion owes to a great extent its survival until today, gave a very good definition of virtue in the following words: “Virtue is the habit through which we become virtuous. However, only the Divine is really virtuous, but we, humans, become virtuous by imitating it, within our human potential.”

DEATH (Ο ΘΑΝΑΤΟΣ)

Everything in the revealed world of perishability is shared physicality and mental matter, just as in the hidden world of imperishability everything is a shared Divinity. We Hellenes face death serenely as one of the many physical laws of this precise revealed world of perishability. Death serves evolution by constantly renewing the forms of revealed life.
Only the ignorant are anxious about whether or not they will lose the temporary and insignificant cluster of personality characteristics, erroneously perceived as the “self”. At the universal level, “loss”, “nothingness” and all similar terms are meaningless, since nothing in the Being can be “lost”. Absolutely no “loss” can happen within a given and imperishable whole, which simply encloses an endless change of forms and conditions.
Death merely discontinues one “life”, channelling physicality to a new use and returning the mental matter to the Immortal, while the consciousness of the single Being is enriched with the memory of yet another biography. What lives in the underworld of the Greeks is not the real psyche of the departed, but the mere “shadow” of their lives, a stored item in the consciousness of “The One”, which is only recalled by similar “living” beings, with a ceremony or honouring reference.

THE PSYCHE - SOUL (Η ΨΥΧΗ)

The psyche is the invisible cause of biophysiological events, or, in other words, the essential cohesive element of beings in the revealed world. For us, the psyche is immortal, universal and there is no doubt at all regarding whether or not it will be... “saved”.
It is simply “revealed” in the world of perishability, by giving life to the heavy matter of mortal beings; it passes, after the biological “death”, into oblivion, returning to the Immortal, until it is “revealed” again and again, forever, for the perpetuation of life and the increasing perfection of the single Being.
Every individual being (“person”) of the revealed world, contains a large or small, strong or weak, quantity of the world of imperishability. As already said, the increasing perfection of the single Being is achieved through the processing of individual mental quantities. Some of us additionally believe that within the rational beings, mental quantity acquires “personal” elements that it maintains when it returns to the level of imperishability.


From the book "Ελληνική Εθνική Θρησκεία - Θεολογία και Πράξις" by ΥΣΕΕ.


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Ο ΣΤΑΥΡΟΣ ΤΟΥ ΝΑΖΩΡΑΊΟΥ


Οι ΡΩΜΙΟΊ φορούν στο λαιμό τους τον σταυρό των Ναζωραίου!!!

Εμείς οι ΕΛΛΗΝΕΣ φοράμε στο λαιμό μας τον Ήλιο της Βεργίνας!!!

ΧΡΥΣΟ ΑΡΧΑΙΟ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΟ ΑΣΤΡΟ - ΗΛΙΟΣ ΤΗΣ ΒΕΡΓΙΝΑΣ =


* Σύμβολο της Ελληνικής Εθνικής Θρησκείας.
* Σύμβολο αφοσίωσης προς την Ελλάδα και τον Ελληνισμό.
* Σύμβολο Ελληνικής Ταυτότητας.
* Σύμβολο Ελληνικής Ενότητας.
* Σύμβολο Ελληνικής Αναγέννησης.

ΣΕΒΑΣΜΌ ΣΤΟΥΣ ΓΟΝΕΙΣ ΜΑΣ

Από την αρχαιότητα έχομε το έθιμά να δίνομε στα παιδιά μας τα ονόματα των γονέων μας. Είναι ένα πολύ όμορφο έθιμο και θα πρέπει να το συνεχίσομε, με μια σημαντική διαφορά.

Πρέπει να γυρίσουμε στης ρίζες μας, πρέπει να δίνομε ελληνικά ονόματα στα παιδιά μας, όχι Εβραϊκά! π.χ. αν ο πατέρας μας έχει Εβραϊκό όνομα π.χ. Ιάκωβος, τότε για να τιμήσουμε τον πατέρα μας θα πρέπει να δώσουμε στο παιδί μας το μεσαίο όνομα "Ιάκωβος". Δηλαδή το πρώτο να είναι Ελληνικό, π.χ. "Αλέξανδρος", το μεσαίο Ιάκωβος και μετά το υπόνημο του, π.χ."Αλέξανδρος Ιάκωβος Δημητρακόπουλος".

Μόνο έτσι γυρίζομαι στης ρίζες μας!



ΜΟΝΟ ΜΕ ΑΥΤΟ ΤΟΝ ΤΡΟΠΟ ΕΠΑΝΑΦΕΡΟΜΕ ΤΗΝ ΕΘΝΙΚΗ ΜΑΣ ΑΞΙΟΠΡΕΠΕΙΑ!!!



THE CROSS OF THE MAN from Nazareth (Jesus)

The Romie (Christians) wear around their necks the cross of the Nazarene!!!


We Hellenes (Greeks) wear around our necks the Sun-Star of Vergina!!!

GOLDEN ANCIENT HELLENIC STAR - SUN OF VERGINA =

*Symbol of the Hellenic National Religion &  Honour.
*Symbol of loyalty and dedication to the Hellenic republic and people.
*Symbol of Hellenic identity.
*Symbol of Hellenic unity.
*Symbol of our Hellenic rebirth.

RESPECT for OUR PARENTS


From ancient times we have had the tradition of naming our children after our parents. It is a beautiful tradition which we should up-keep, with one very special exception.

We must first return to our roots, we must give Hellenic names to our children, not Christian/Jewish names.

For example if our fathers’ name is Jacob, then we should pay our respect to our father by giving our son the middle name of Jacob and the first name to be a Greek name e.g. Alexander, the middle name Jacob followed by the surname.

E.g. “Alexander Jacob Dimitrakopoulos”

This is the way to return to our roots!

Only with this tradition we can regain our “National Dignity”!!!!
The Jewish religion and its' two children - Christianity and Islam believe that in the beginning there was nothing, except for the existence of this magical figure called God and that this God created everything out of nothing in 6 days and because he got tired, stopped to rest on the 7th day.

This Jewish invention and concept cannot be taken seriously, it is a story - fairytale for little children, not for mature adults.

Η Εβραϊκή θρησκεία και τα δύο «παιδιά της - ο Χριστιανισμός και το Ισλάμ πιστεύουν ότι στην αρχή δεν υπήρχε τίποτα, εκτός από την ύπαρξη αυτής της μαγικής φιγούρας που ονομάζεται Θεός και ότι ο Θεός δημιούργησε τα πάντα από το τίποτα σε 6 ημέρες και επειδή κουράστηκε, σταμάτησε να ξεκουραστεί την 7μη ημέρα.

Η Εβραϊκή έννοια και κατασκεύασμα αυτή δεν μπορεί να ληφθεί σοβαρά υπόψη, είναι μια ιστορία - παραμύθι για μικρά παιδιά, όχι για ώριμους ανθρώπους.

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